Atmospheric shot by Markus Klinko of David Bowie walking down stairs during a photo shoot for his album 'Heathen'
David Bowie, Lou Reed & Iggy Pop during a press conference at the Dorchester Hotel, London in July 1972
This hand coloured print is based on a photograph by Terry Pastor from the Hunky Dory photo session.
The Aladdin Sane image was digitally remastered to a black and white negative format by Chris Duffy in 2012
David Bowie photographed by Markus Klinko in New York in 2001
David Bowie photographed by Mick Rock at Haddon Hall Beckenham in March 1972,
Blue & Purple colourway of Terry Pastor's back cover artwork for David Bowie's 'The Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders from Mars'
Official contact sheet print from the acclaimed Duffy archive of David Bowie in his Scary Monsters Pierrot costume in 1980.
Atmospheric shot of a pensive David Bowie sat taken at a desk during a photo shoot for his album 'Heathen'
Damask & Blue colourway of Terry Pastor's back cover artwork for David Bowie's 'The Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders from Mars'
Contact sheet from the Scary Monsters photo shoot taken during the last of Duffy's 'Five Sessions' with David Bowie
Beautiful colour shot of David Bowie meditating during a photo shoot with Markus Klinko in 2001
David Bowie praying by window in Scotland in 1973 taken by legendary music photographer Mick Rock
Red & Turquoise colourway of Terry Pastor's back cover artwork for David Bowie's 'The Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders from Mars'
Official Duffy photograph of David Bowie sitting with a Scottie Dog during a pre-production meeting for the Scary Monsters photo shoot
David Bowie portrait shot by Markus Klinko in 2001 during a photo shoot for his album 'Heathen'
David Bowie wearing a black jacket photographed by Mick Rock in New York City in 2002
Turquoise & Pink colourway of Terry Pastor's back cover artwork for David Bowie's 'The Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders from Mars
Special limited edition print compiled to celebrate the 40th Anniversary launch of the Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) album release
Photograph of David Bowie cradling a baby created by Markus Klinko for British GQ Magazine in 2002
Black & white photo of David Bowie with Saxophone taken in London in 1973 by Mick Rock
Multi-coloured quad version Terry Pastor's back cover artwork for David Bowie's The Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders from Mars'
Mick Rock photograph of David Bowie taken during the video shoot for 'Life on Mars?'
David Bowie, Green Screens by Mick Rock taken in 2002
Although originally taken in black and white, this image has the feel of an early 1940s movie star, hence the sepia finish I settled upon.
We drank cheap Riesling and beer (Peeva) with a bunch of soldiers we'd met the night before. They were friendly and inquisitive.
David Bowie in Ziggy makeup in 1973. This shot was taken at the Hammersmith Odeon before the last show of the tour.
I took advantage of the free time and the sublime New Mexico light and picked up my Nikon. This image of David is one of my favourites.
David Bowie photographed whilst filming the 1976 sci-fi film The Man Who Fell To Earth.
David Bowie photographed looking out over the May Day Parade on Red Square, Moscow, 1973
David Bowie and photographer Geoff MacCormack backstage on the set of The Man Who Fell to earth.
He's playing up to my camera to keep himself amused in-between takes. It's as if he is saying: "And you are?"
David Bowie listening to a playback of 'Station to Station’ at Cherokee Studio, Los Angeles.
David chose this image from The Man Who Fell To Earth (1975) for publicity posters in the late seventies.
This was the site of the detonation of the first atomic bomb in 1945, an eerie and desolate place.
Mick Jagger and David Bowie on stage at The Royal Albert Hall in London in 1988.